Mango Mojito Chicken
Bring the refreshing flavors of mango and mint to this satisfying and deceptively simple dinner.
Bring the refreshing flavors of mango and mint to this satisfying and deceptively simple dinner.
It’s hard to beat the combo of this coated, baked chicken and vibrant, creamy-crunchy slaw.
Layering the mushrooms, salmon and asparagus in the Instant Pot means all elements are done at the same time.
These aren't your ordinary meatballs — with shredded carrots, herbs and grated Parmesan cheese, they pack a ton of flavor. We used ground beef, but you can swap for turkey or chicken.
No need to dirty two pots to make this vegetable-rich dish. Here, we cook the pasta right in the skillet with the sauce for quick cleanup.
Bake a batch of these granola bars today, and you'll have a healthy breakfast ready and waiting for you throughout the rest of the week.
Layered with fragrant beans and scrambled eggs, these wraps can be topped with your favorite additions like avocado, cheese or sriracha.
If you haven’t tried cooking your eggs in pesto yet, you’re missing out.
A sesame-ginger marinated salmon is smothered in a spicy-sweet sriracha sauce in this uber-easy bowl.
With a potent combination of nutrient-rich beets, mixed leafy greens, heart-healthy walnuts and creamy goat cheese, this seasonal salad has everything you need in one quick meal.
This easy blended cocktail is as flavorful as it is aromatic, with just the right balance of sweetness, tartness and boldness.
This soothing sipper looks like sunshine in a glass.
Following a plant-based diet, such as the Mediterranean diet, that incorporates fish and healthy fats has been shown to be beneficial for people with fatty liver.
An upscale twist on the classic gin smash with an extra serving of nutrients.
Save yourself some time in the kitchen and craft a delicious dish with an ingredient that's already sitting in your fridge.
Spice up your extra turkey and spare cranberry sauce by turning them into a quick, easy flatbread.
Time-saving, nutrient-rich and perfectly satisfying, this speedy salad will turn leftover turkey into a whole new meal.
Transform your holiday dinner leftovers into a savory breakfast with turkey, cranberries and pecans combined into one delicious muffin.
You've tried turning leftover mashed potatoes into latkes – take your kitchen creativity up a notch and try these dinner-ready pancakes.
This isn’t your typical side of greens.
Forget canned cranberry sauce – this recipe is simple and a bit spicy, and it'll totally change your traditional turkey game.
Celebrate seasonal autumn apples with these pie-inspired muffins that will make all your low-carb breakfast dreams come true.
Just when you thought kale salads couldn't get any healthier, we made this one gut-healing, energizing and totally dairy-free.
Veg-loaded cauli-rice stands in for grains in this salmon bowl.
Wake up to these pumpkin-spiced waffles, made with a blend of almond and coconut flours for a lower-carb start to your day. We spread them with ghee and top them off with cinnamon roasted pecans for a hint of sweetness.
An addictive sesame-almond sauce adds zip to crispy fried tofu and a medley of crunchy veggies, served up in lettuce leaves for an easy handheld dinner or lunch.
Developed by Japanese Canadian food blogger Caroline Caron-Phelps, our version features all the ingredients that appear in a standard variation of cozy Japanese curry: butter, apple, chicken, carrots and green peas.
Lightly sweetened with monk fruit, this smoothie aids digestion and provides an antioxidant boost. We used key limes for their uniquely tart flavor, but you can substitute with regular limes.
Juicy shrimp meets fresh tomatoes in this light and easy pasta. Throw it together in 30 minutes for the ultimate summer-fresh dinner.
These saucy sirloin beef wraps come together in under 30 minutes for the ultimate easy dinner. TIP: Don't underestimate the power of herbs! For bright flavor in every bite, top these beef wraps with cilantro.
This cold soba salad makes the perfect packed lunch: The longer the noodles sit in the peanut dressing, the more flavorful they become.
This appetizer uses Middle Eastern ingredients such as labneh, a strained yogurt, and sumac, a tart spice made from the sumac flower. Avoid peaches that are overly soft so they don't fall apart on the grill.
We pair these skewers with a simple yogurt salad that is common in the Levantine region and is especially cooling on hot summer days.
These poppers use mini bell peppers, but you can swap for jalapeños if you prefer more heat.
This version is a traditional baba ghanoush with a twist: We added a roasted bell pepper for a gorgeous smoky flavor. When in season, add fresh pomegranate arils as a garnish.
This salad is inspired by a Levantine dip called muhammara, which is made a vibrant color by roasting red peppers.
Shish tawook is one of the most popular skewers at barbecue gatherings in the Levant.
With half of your breakfast brimming with mango-peach flavor and the other half tart raspberries, this two-toned bowl ensures you get plenty of antioxidants.
These little pockets of crispy za'atar-flavored chickpeas and veggies served up in creamy avocado halves is surprisingly filling — plus each one adds eight healthful plants to your day.
A little tropical, a little nutty and a whole lot of fresh produce make this a meal you're going to want to have all summer long.
A creamy cashew sauce stands in for ricotta in this plant-based bake. We top it with Pecorino Romano cheese, but if you prefer to keep it dairy-free, you can use a sprinkle of nutritional yeast.
This lentil-based filling is surprisingly similar to meaty versions thanks to the garlic and taco seasoning — make sure you use a brand without added sugar or other additives.
Make the sauce and filling ahead of time so you can simply cook the omelette and assemble in the morning. Garnish with additional cilantro.
Made with quinoa and black beans, these crispy patties will leave you feeling satisfied for hours.
Topped with a rich cashew sauce, lettuce and tomato, you have yourself a high-protein BLT, minus the meat.
Spicy-sour jerk seasoning is ideal for waking up protein-rich tofu in this delightfully tropical meal-in-a-bowl.
Crispy-chewy flatbreads made from chickpea flour are a popular street food in southern France, where it’s known as socca. Our version is topped with a creamy cashew sauce and a bevvy of veggies.
Slathered in a flavorful basil pesto, these balsamic-marinated mushroom burgers are served with crispy quinoa-crusted onion rings.
Because summer days should be spent outside, not oven-side, we created this collection of breezy dinners, ready in 15, 20 or 30 minutes flat.
Cooked and ready in less than five minutes, delectable sea scallops are nature’s gift to the time-starved. The trick to a getting a good sear on the outside with still-tender insides is to not overcrowd the pan.
This genius salad combines all the salty-sour-sweet Italian flavors of a classic muffuletta sandwich, minus the bread to weigh you down. If you can’t find giardiniera, look for mixed pickled vegetables or even antipasto.
This modern play on the original Crab Louie — a mayo-heavy salad reportedly from 1915-era San Francisco — is studded with crunchy radishes and cucumbers, tasty pickles and loads of sweet crabmeat piled high on the plate.
Bold flavors of smoky chipotle and sour tamarind star in this super-quick salmon dish. Keep the coleslaw as simple or complex as you like. Ours contains cabbages, carrots, edamame and fresh herbs.
Cheesy quesadillas have universal appeal for lunch or dinner. Serve with a simple green salad and sprinkle green onions on top for a pretty presentation.
These tangy burgers have big Caesar flavors built right into the patty. Enjoy the salad on the side or inside the burger for a fork-free summer meal. Try serving with vegetable chips for a no-effort side.
We’ve compiled our favorite clean recipes that come together in 10 minutes or less so you never have to miss the all-important first meal of the day.
Mango and carrot might seem like an unlikely combination, but these orange nutrition powerhouses are a mighty delicious pair when blended with yogurt, honey and cinnamon.
The addition of miso paste gives this everyday, comforting bowl of chicken soup an elevated twist.
A savory, balanced breakfast is just the thing to energize your morning and make a normal weekday feel like a weekend.
The tropical flavors of this easy salmon dish with chile-lime rice make for a fancy weeknight at home without any fuss.
Roasting tomatoes and garlic to make fresh pasta sauce gives it a deep, rich and smoky flavor that takes hearty chickpea pasta to the next level.
Try our genius 3-step plan to the quickest, nutrient-dense stir-fry you’ve ever made.
The base of these muffins is just mildly sweet, meaning you can go one of two ways with your add-ins: Incorporate dark chocolate chips for a sweet version, or add sesame seeds and green onions for a savory spin.
Queso fresco (“fresh cheese”) puts a south-of-the-border spin on this American classic. The mild white cheese has a crumbly texture – perfect for sprinkling over salads. Try adding crumbled tortilla chips over top for added crunch. Or make tortilla strips easily by thinly slicing corn tortillas, tossing with oil and baking until crispy.
This vegetable-rich stir-fry is made even more nutrient-dense with the addition of kelp noodles, small noodles made from algae that are low in calories yet high in minerals
We recommend using organic carrots for this recipe. Store the carrot tops separately from the carrots so that the tops don’t drain energy and moisture from the roots.
Strengthen your eyes and bones with this quick and easy BLT salad. Each serving offers a healthy helping of vision-enhancing vitamin A (59% DV) and vitamin K (67% DV), a bone-building nutrient that assists in calcium absorption.
This light and lively meal captures the spirit of South America with its clever use of sweet tropical fruits, savory fish and crisp jicama. Freshness is key when it comes to the slaw, so pick a ripe, juicy pineapple (look for ones with bright green leaves and a firm shell).
This classic Italian dish blends salty, buttery and tart flavors in one quick and easy meal. Traditionally, chicken piccata is breaded, but we’ve cut the carbs (and saved you a step!) by simply tossing the seared breasts in a creamy citrus butter sauce.
This isn’t your grandmother’s tuna salad! Tart citrus, salty capers and sweet pickled shallots add a modern twist to this nostalgic dish. To pile our sandwiches with maximum fixings, we ditched the second slice of bread and opted for open-faced sandwiches.
Brussels sprouts are so much more than side-dish fare – here, we’ve sautéed them with sweet squash, fragrant garlic and hearty mushrooms for a crowd-pleasing veggie frittata that comes together in just 35 minutes!
The tantalizing aroma of juicy steak and salty blue cheese is bound to have everyone's mouths watering from the minute it hits the skillet. Luckily for you, the wait doesn’t last long – this decadent meal will be on the table in just 35 minutes!
Chinese restaurants popularized the earthy spiced beef stir-fry known as Mongolian beef, but we’ve improved it by wrapping the savory mix in perfect pouches of whole-wheat crepes.
Grated zucchini adds extra juiciness and a slight sweetness to these crowd-pleasing sliders.
Traditionally served over pasta, shrimp scampi is simply shrimp sautéed with fragrant garlic in oil or butter. With its mozzarella crust and homemade bread crumbs, we dare to say that our sandwich version is even better than the original!
Fans of jerk chicken will fall for these spicy pork and onion skewers, served with fiery greens and earthy roasted turnips to cool the palate.
Skip the takeout tonight and make this Indian-inspired curry in just 30 minutes.
Tantalize your taste buds with paprika-infused chicken paired with comforting and creamy polenta.
Who says buffalo chicken can't be healthy? Broiled chicken paired with a buffalo sauce made with Greek yogurt lightens up and adds extra protein to this American classic. Serve over this crisp, crunchy salad for a quick and healthy meal.
Boost your mood with this classic Italian dish. Chicken is an excellent source of tryptophan, an essential amino acid that helps your body produce niacin. It also produces serotonin, a hormone linked to relaxation, restfulness, and an overall feeling of well-being.